NOENE ®, PROTECTIVE INSOLES
NOENE ®, HI-TECH INSOLES
NOENE ® are high-tech insoles, manufactured using a revolutionary material, which is capable of absorbing and then dispersing the shockwaves generated when we walk or jump.
Works to prevent the transmission of the harmful vibrations generated as the foot strikes the ground with each step or jump.
By using them regularly when practicing sport, in your everyday life and at work, these insoles protect your joints, thus avoiding possible lesions.
WHY USE NOENE ®?
WHAT IS NOENE ®?
The main property of NOENE ® material is its viscoelasticity, which makes it highly effective at reducing and absorbing vibrations.
This cushioning function works to prevent the transmission of the harmful vibrations generated as the foot strikes the ground with each step or jump.
On average, a person weighing 65 kg receives
NEGATIVE IMPACT EQUIVALENT TO
to their joints for every kilometre they walk or run.
ASIAN ELEPHANTS ONLY WEIGH FIVE TONS.
NOENE ® INVISIBLE-SOS1 INSOLES
Undersoles cut-to-fit. Add NOENE® protection to your shoes, especially for outdoor sports. Incredibly thin (1 mm) and light (13 g). Particularly suitable for all kinds of sports and leisure activities which generate vibrations that are harmful to the joints.
CUT-TO-FIT UNDERSOLES FOR ALL KINDS OF SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES
NOENE ® INVISIBLE-SOS1 cut-to-fit undersoles provide the same benefits as the rest of the NOENE ® insoles range and are only 1 mm thick.
Ideal for mountain sports and skiing. They are also suitable for all kinds of sports and leisure activities which generate vibrations that are harmful to the joints.
NOENE ® protects your joints and improves your quality of life
Our joints are affected by the impact generated from our feet striking the ground while practising sport, participating in certain activities or performing our daily duties at work.
The vibrations from these impacts are transmitted from our ankles right up to the base of our skull, affecting our joints, tendons and muscles and leading to problems, which, in extreme cases, can cause great discomfort.
With each step a person weighing 65 kg takes on a concrete surface, all their joints have to withstand a negative impact equal to 80 tons for every kilometre they walk. During a marathon, a runner weighing 65 kg withstands an impact equal to 9,300 tons over the course of the 42 km.
This harmful energy can reach all the nerve centres in the human musculoskeletal system, causing lasting microtraumas, which can in turn lead to:
- Tendinitis (inflammation of the tendons)
- Periostitis (inflammation of the periostium, or the layer of connective tissue that surrounds the bone)
- Fatigue fractures
- Joint pains in the feet, knees, hips, back and up to the base of the skull.
- Talalgia (acute pain in the heel area)